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- K2 Mindbender 90C Skis · 2023
- K2 Mindbender 85 Skis · 2023
- K2 Mindbender 85 Skis · Women's · 2023
- K2 Mindbender 89Ti Skis · 2023
- K2 Mindbender 99Ti Skis · 2023
- K2 Mindbender 90C Skis · Women's · 2023
- K2 Reckoner 102 Skis · 2023
- K2 Mindbender 89Ti Skis · Women's · 2023
- K2 Disruption 75 Skis + Marker ERP 10 Quikclik Bindings · Women's · 2023
- K2 Midnight Skis · Women's · 2023
K2 Mindbender 90C Skis · 2023
Without any metal, this skis keeps things light and playful while the carbon braid and strips stiffen the mid section of the ski for grip and edge control. The loosening of the braids at the tip and tail soften the flex and make this ski incredibly fun off-piste, in light powder, trees, and moguls. Great for the less aggressive skier who wants both a ski that can perform on the blue and blacks but has the versatility to jump into those side hits when they call. Skiers looking for a versatile ride that remains stable and nimble in a variety of terrain and conditions!
K2 Mindbender 85 Skis · 2023
The K2 Mindbender 85's combine a forgiving design but still offer the edge hold and carvability that most entry-level skis don't. This ski is perfect for shredding groomers out east but will also be a great asset to your quiver if you're ever skiing out west. With all-terrain rocker these skis will truly perform great in all conditions. The short low rise in the tail will also help add extra control when you're in variable snow. The aspen core is lightweight but still resilient enough to dampen the chatter at fast speeds. Once you realize the capabilities of this ski, you'll wonder how you were ever riding those crusty old rentals.
K2 Mindbender 85 Skis · Women's · 2023
This is a nicer ski that is made to be accessible to beginners and intermediate skiers alike. A short turning radius (12.1 m) combined with a minor rocker profile (slight rise in both the tip and the tail) makes it a super maneuverable and playful ski. This is something that will be great to learn on, but it will keep right up with you as you progress and move in to more technical terrain (powder, moguls, trees, etc.). At 85mm wide underfoot, this is a little wider than the other options. This adds to the ski's versatility as it can still carve easily on groomed snow, but it will float a little easier in fresh snow and powder.
The 85mm waist combined with K2's all-terrain rocker profile makes this an incredibly versatile and fun ski. This will do great for someone who is learning and wants to focus more on the groomed snow for now, but also wants to leave the door open to skiing all over the mountain later on. The lightweight aspen wood core and fiberglass laminate add to the skis durability so it will last you many seasons while you progress! The short turning radius means this ski will be comfortable doing slower, controlled turns, but it will still hold it's own at speed!
K2 Mindbender 89Ti Skis · 2023
K2 Mindbender 99Ti Skis · 2023
K2 Mindbender 90C Skis · Women's · 2023
the Mindbender 90C is geared toward women skiers wanting to build their skills off trail and in more technical terrain, but want to do without the added weight of metal in their ski. By using Carbon Fiber filaments as opposed to metal in the frame of the 90C, K2 keeps the ski lightweight and nimble, yet surprisingly stiff and confidence-inspiring in rougher snow due to the carbon. But yet, it can still turn a dime when you need it to!
K2 Reckoner 102 Skis · 2023
The Reckoner 102 is awesome on jumps, while also holding its own in soft snow. With a versatile mid-fat waist and all-terrain twin rocker profile, these skis have what it takes to hang in the steep and deep, but have zero hesitation when it comes to hucking a big cliff. This is a true all-mountain ski with plenty of versatility!
Whether you're finding good air in side hit city, carving up the ice coast, or dropping cork threes with your eyes closed, this all-terrain twin rocker will be your go to one ski quiver to handle it all - guaranteed to always keep things interesting.
A intermediate+ skier who wants to have great time no matter what conditions the mountain throws at them.
K2 Mindbender 89Ti Skis · Women's · 2023
Groomers, Hard Pack, Low-tide Tree and Mogul Skiing, A Modicum of New Snow. One of the narrowest of the Mindbender line, the Titinal Y-Beam construction and All-Terrain Rocker construction of the Women's Mindbender 89TI will give you stability at speed; easy turn initiation; and a low-chatter ride that makes this a perfect low-tide/groomer driver that will feel at home on and off piste.
Best for ladies who prefer the groomers, this ski is a great daily driver! This ski offers a damp and stable ride at high speeds and on variable terrain. The Powerwall sidewall construction and Titanaly Y-Beam provide confidence inspiring stability and a high speed edge hold. They also feature an all-terrain rocker to keep the tips up in soft and variable snow.
K2 Disruption 75 Skis + Marker ERP 10 Quikclik Bindings · Women's · 2023
The Disruption 75 skis are built for ripping the trails up. Being a skinnier ski (75mm wide at the waist) these are better suited on trail than off. Now you can ski these off trail but if there is any powder they won't ski as well as other skis out there. These are ideal for beginner to intermediate riders.
This is an easy turning, stable and smooth riding ski that will be fantastic cruising the groomers. Lightweight and responsive, a great step up out of rentals.
Confidence inspiring ski that will allow anyone to move out of rentals into their own skis and enjoy greens, blues, and the occasional blacks all day.
K2 Midnight Skis · Women's · 2023
The K2 Midnight is an all-mountain ski with a park problem. A full lightweight wood core makes the Midnight poppy and playful for stomping landings in the park, but an 88 mm waist and carbon stringers laid throughout the ski give it added strength and stability for carving groomers and ripping though trees. The Midnight begs the question: are they an all-mountain ripper masquerading as a park ski, or vice versa.
K2 Wayback 96 Skis · 2023
This is a very forgiving and approachable all-mountain touring ski. A Paulownia Lite tour core keeps it impressively lightweight but a metal laminate gives it strength and stability underfoot and provides impressive edge hold in all conditions. This ski can tackle all the varying conditions you will experience in the backcountry and then some.
K2 Wayback 106 Skis · 2023
As a touring ski, the Wayback 106 is a fun-loving, easy going ski that appeals to a wide arrange of skiers. Its incredibly light at 1500 grams per ski in the 179 cm length, meaning you sometimes forget its still attached to your feet. But K2 stiffens the ski with a Titanal metal laminate underfoot to give it strength and stability. The Wayback really shines in soft snow and powder, and the all terrain rocker makes it super surfy and super fun for smearing your way through deep snow. Its lightweight nature can get knocked around a bit in more variable snow, but other than that, the Wayback is the perfect one ski quiver for doing mellow hot laps in the sidecountry or all-day missions deep into the mountains.
Being one of the lightest mid-fat touring skis out there at around 1500 grams per ski, these keep your legs fresh on ascents but are really strong once you get your turns in. These are particularly stiff underfoot and at the tail, giving you a lot of spring out of a turn while allowing the front part of the ski to float in powder well and provide great turn initiation.
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